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May 3, 2024

[Answer] 2. How do we usually record our vote in an Australian election?

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...1. A show of hands 2. Pencil and paper 3. Punch cards 4. Supercomputer Most people cast their ballots using a pencil and paper, although other options are available, especially for people who are vision-impaired. When the polling booths close each ballot is examined by an official from the Electoral Commission, generally witnessed by representatives for the major candidates. A tally of results for each polling booth is calculated on election night, but ballots are securely saved so that a formal recount can be conducted later if the results are close.




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